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Do eyelash curlers destroy your eyelashes?

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I keep on wondering if curling your lashes daily does more harm than help to it. Since I'm asian, I HAVE to curl my lashes before going out, even if I decide not to wear mascara, just because my eyelashes are pretty long, but verrrry straight.

 

Do eyelash curlers kill your lashes and make them weaker though? Because my family says I'm very lucky to have longer eyelashes and there is NO way in hell i want to lose them! :/

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I know when you curl them AFTER mascara is bad because of pulling. But the actual curling, I wouldn't think so unless you tug or you notice lashes coming off after every usage. As for breakage or ruining the hair itself - no clue. I can imagine heating your curler might create some hair damage but dunno.

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I use a lash curler every day, and have been doing so for quite awhile and I haven't noticed any difference to my lashes now to before when I didn't use one. I use a standard lash curler, I do know that heated lash curlers can cause damage after awhile, so if you are worried about damage, I would suggest sticking to a conventional curler.

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I agree with the ladies.

Perhaps you might want to use lash treatment before you curl your lashes, and use it every night before bed for the safe side.

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I've vurled my eyelashed as far as I can remember - they are as good as the day I was born smile.gif

 

Sorry, meant curled - not vurled

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I agree with what everyone else has said. I use a eyelash curler everyday and my eyelashes haven't been damaged. As long as you don't tug on your lashes too hard they should be fine smile.gif

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Curling your lashes won't damage them but it is important to use a lash conditioner. It helps to hydrate and protect your lashes and it gives your mascara a little extra oomph as well. You wouldn't NOT condition your hair...same principle with the lashes.

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Originally Posted by cjl View Post
I didn't even know you could get lash conditioner!
Most lash primers are the same as lash conditioner.

 

Originally Posted by breezyboo:) View Post
Lash conditioner? Can you buy this at a walgreen's or something? :P Enlighten me, please!
My favorite is the Lancome Cils Booster XL but I also like the CHANEL Cils Primer.

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I used to use one by avon when i was younger but i got lazy. I remember my sister used to curl her lashes after she applied layers of mascara and one day she literally ripped half her lashes on one eye, I know its mean but it was funny as heck lol

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Well I have my boo Clinique's Lash Primer! :P I knew it was better to put it on your eyelashes than mascara alone, but actually conditioning it? Pretty hot! smile.gif

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Technically, heating your eyelashes isn't good for them but I don't see why a regular one would hurt. I personally don't use either because I think they're pointless. =)

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